It’s not just who we know, or even what we know that really matters; we believe the true value of a company is measured by what they do and why they do it.
We’re not driven to be the biggest, or to win the most awards or to be the low cost producer in our industry. Other companies have claimed those accolades. We simply value a job well done, completed on time and within budget. And we take great satisfaction in the gratitude afforded us by our clients for delivering on our promises and exceeding their expectations. We appreciate straight talk, require a fair price and demand the highest caliber performance from our employees and trade contractors. We invite you to require the same of us.
There is no shortage of information available to consumers about innovative products, features and design. The challenge for consumers is in finding an organization that you can trust to thoughtfully combine thousands of individual components into a cohesive structure. Let us help you bring into focus the unrealized vision that you have in your minds eye for the home your family deserves.
Dennis D. Gehman, President, has throughout his career dedicated himself and his employees to perfecting the best methods and selecting the best materials with which to build. After rising through the construction industry as a carpenter, registered master plumber and various management roles in Montgomery County, Dennis along with his wife, Glenda founded GCB in 1990 so that he could focus not just on building things right but also on building the right things. Dennis holds certifications from the National Association of the Remodeling Industry in residential design and construction management along with green building from the U.S. Green Building Council. Still very much involved in the day-to-day operations of GCB, Dennis also serves on the board of Joni and Friends Greater Philadelphia and the building committee for Spruce Lake Retreat.
We the employees of GCB feel that our work has been a blessing. Unlike so many, when asked by our children and grandchildren what we accomplished in our lifetime, we don’t need to take a deep breath and then craft a long explanation; we can just point. Our work speaks for itself: thoughtful, respectful of the surroundings and environment, fit for its purpose and built to last.